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Simons CRM Scholar-in-Residence Program
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The Centre de recherches mathématiques (CRM), based in Montréal, Canada, is soliciting proposals for its scholar-in-residence program. This program, funded with the generous support of the Simons Foundation, is directed towards exceptional researchers in mathematics and related areas at both the junior (less then 10 years since Ph.D.) and senior levels, and will permit the CRM to invite such researchers for extended visits. During their visit, senior researchers will hold the title Simons CRM Professor; junior researchers will be designated as Simons CRM Scholars.

The scholars-in-residence will be chosen to enhance the manifold research activities held at the CRM. In particular, they will participate in and enrich the CRM thematic programs. They will also contribute to the collaborative research activities of the thirteen CRM research laboratories. Finally, they will be a driving force for the CRM’s 50th anniversary special year in 2018–2019, during which the CRM has planned a series of intensive month-long activities intended to stimulate new mathematical partnerships and discoveries in areas of particular current interest and of substantial local strength.

The CRM is proud to subscribe to the Université de Montréal's policy on adapting to cultural diversity and is committed to taking into account the diversity and the systemic and individual barriers to access (for example, related to ethnic origin, gender, disability) when selecting visiting researchers.

The visits of scholars-in-residence will be between two and six months in length. The only exception to this is during 2018 and 2019, when month-long visits, coinciding with the 50th anniversary month-long activities, will be permitted.

The support covers round-trip travel to Montréal and the costs of local accommodation, including family accommodation when needed. Senior researchers will additionally be provided with a research budget for the purpose of inviting collaborators to visit them during their residency. In exceptional circumstances, the CRM may also be able to facilitate visits by paying the home institutions of scholars-in-residence for a one-course teaching release.

Applications may be submitted by the proposed scholar-in-residence or by a local researcher, CRM laboratory, or CRM event organizer, on behalf of the proposed visitor. Please include the following documents. 
• A cover letter indicating the scientific justification for the visit and preferred dates. 
• A current CV of the proposed scholar-in-residence. 
• A letter of support from a CRM-affiliated individual or research group, or event organizer, when appropriate.

The CRM’s International Scientific Advisory Committee will consider proposals four times per year. The corresponding submission deadlines are January 10, April 1, July 1st and October 1st.

Applications should be submitted to the Director of the CRM by email at nomination@crm.umontreal.ca.


2020


SPECIAL GEOMETRIES ON RIEMANNIAN MANIFOLDS (MAY)

Ilka Agricola, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany
 

2019


NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN FREE PROBABILITY AND APPLICATIONS (MARCH)

 
Octavio Arizmendi Echegaray, Centro de Investigación en Matemáticas, Mexico

Serban Belinschi, Université Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier, France

Mireille Capitaine, Université Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier, France

Guillaume Cébron, Université Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier, France

Ken Dykema, Texas A&M University, USA

James Mingo, Queen’s University, Canada

Ion Nechita, Université Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier, France

Alexandru Nica, University of Waterloo, Canada

Jonathan Novak, University of California – San Diego, USA

Roland Speicher, Universität des Saarlandes, Germany

Dan-Virgil Voiculescu, University of California – Berkeley, USA

 
TOPOLOGICAL AND RIGOROUS COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR HIGH DIMENSIONAL DYNAMICS (APRIL)

Maxime Breden, Technische Universität München, Germany

Renato C. Calleja, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico

Konstantin Mischiakow, Rutgers University, USA

Jason D. Mireles James, Florida Atlantic University, USA

Vidit Nanda, Universty of Oxford, Great Britain

Jan Bouwe van den Berg, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands

 
FACES OF INTEGRABILITY (APRIL-MAY)

Lauren K. Williams, University of California – Berkeley, USA

DATA ASSIMILATION : THEORY, ALGORITHMS, AND APPLICATIONS (MAY)

Jana de Wiljes, Universität Postdam, Germany

Matthias Morzfeld, University of Arizona, USA

Levon Nurbekyan, McGill University, Canada

Sebastian Reich, Universität Postdam, Germany

Sebastian Reich, Universität Postdam, Germany/ University of Reading, Great Britain

Steven J. Ruuth, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Claudia Schillings, Universität Mannheim, Germany

Andrew M. Stuart, California Institute of Technology, USA

Aretha L. Teckentrup, University of Edinburgh, Great Britain

Jonathan Weare, University of Chicago, USA

HOMOLOGICAL ALGEBRA, MICROLOCAL ANALYSIS AND SYMPLECTIC GEOMETRY (JUNE)

Daniel Alvarez-Gavela, Princeton University

Sylvain Courte, Université de Grenoble, France

Paolo Ghiggini, Université de Nantes, France

Stéphane Guillermou, Institut Fourier, France

Vivek Shende, Berkeley University, USA

EXPANSIONS, LIE ALGEBRAS AND INVARIANTS (JULY)

Anton Alekseev, Université de Genève, Switzerland

Dror Bar-Nathan, University of Toronto, Canada

Lassina Dembélé, University of Warwick, Great Britain

Tetsuya Ito, Université de Kyoto, Japan

Gwénaël Massuyeau, Université de Bourgogne, France

Gwénaël Massuyeau, Université de Bourgogne, France

Florian Naef, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Roland van der Veen, Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands
 

QUIVER VARIETIES AND REPRESENTATION THEORY (AUGUST)

Joel Kamitzer, University of Toronto, Canada

LOW DIMENSIONAL TOPOLOGY (AUGUST)

Lisa Piccirillo, University of Austin, Texas, USA

Bulent Tosun, University of Alabama, USA

 
MIXED INTEGER NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING: THEORY AND COMPUTATION (OCTOBER)

Jean-Bernard Lasserre, Laboratoire d’analyse et d’architecture des systèmes du CNRS, France

Jon Lee, University of Michigan, USA

Ruth Misener, Imperial College London, Great Britain

F. Bruce Shepherd, University of British Columbia, Canada


RESEARCHERS ASSOCIATED TO THE PROGRAM MATHEMATICAL PHYSIOLOGY — BETTER HEALTH THROUGH MATHEMATICS (NOVEMBER)

John G. Milton, Claremont McKenna College, USA

RESEARCHERS COLLABORATING WITH MEMBERS OF THE CRM LABORATORIES

Eric Bahuaud, Seattle University, USA

Indranil Biswas Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India

Michael Brandenbursky, Université Ben Gourion du Néguev, Israël

Elena Di Bernardino, Conservatoire national des arts et métiers, France

Léonid Potyagailo, Université de Lille, France

Lu Yang, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands

Guangming Yao, Clarkson University, USA

2018


RESEARCHERS COLLABORATING WITH MEMBERS OF THE CRM LABORATORIES

 
Fabrizio Andreatta, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy

Eric Bahuaud, Seattle University, USA

Pierre Charollois, Sorbonne Université, France

Roger M. Cooke, Resources for the Future, USA

Ambros Gleixner, Zuse Institute Berlin, Germany

Pascal Maillard, Université Paris-Sud, France

Hinke Osinga, University of Auckland, New Zealand

Jacob Rasmussen, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Sarah Rasmussen, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

David Ridout, University of Melbourne, Australia

Michael G. Sullivan, University of Massachusetts — Amherst, USA


RESEARCHERS ASSOCIATED TO THE THEMATIC SEMESTER ON MACHINE LEARNING

Nicolas Broutin, Sorbonne Université, France

Jian Ding, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Gábor Lugosi, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain

Nike Sun, University of California, Berkeley, USA


RESEARCHERS ASSOCIATED TO THE PROBABILITY IN NUMBER THEORY PROGRAM

Adam Harper, University of Warwick, United Kingdom

Kevin Ford, University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign, USA

Andrew Granville, University College London, United Kingdom

Kannan Soundararajan Stanford University, USA

RESEARCHERS ASSOCIATED TO THE MONTREAL SUMMER WORKSHOP ON CHALLENGES IN PROBABILITY AND MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS

Brian Rider, Temple University, USA


RESEARCHERS ASSOCIATED TO THE THEMATIC SEMESTER MATHEMATIC CHALLENGES IN MANY-BODY PHYSICS AND QUANTUM INFORMATION

Dorothea Bahns, Universität Göttingen, Germany

Horia Cornean, Aalborg Universitet, Danemark

Stephan De Bièvre, Université de Lille, France

Martin Fraas, Virginia Tech, USA

Alain Joye, Université Grenoble Alpes, France

Frederic Klopp, Sorbonne Université, France

Milivoje Lukic, Rice University, USA

Marco Merkli, Memorial University of Newfounland, Canada

Bruno Nachtergaele, University of California -- Davis, USA

Yoshiko Ogata, Université de Tokyo, Japan

Claude-Alain Pillet, Université de Toulon, France

Marcello Porta, Universität Tübingen, Germany

Kasia Rejzner, University of York, United Kingdom

Herbert Spohn, Technische Universität München, Germany

Stefan Teufel, Universität Tübingen, Germany

Daniel Ueltschi, University of Warwick, United Kingdom

Simone Warzel, Technische Universität München, Germany


RESEARCHERS ASSOCIATED TO THE ALGEBRA AND COMBINATORICS AT THE LACIM PROGRAM

Ezra Miller, Duke University, USA

Stephanie van Willigenberg, UBC, Canada


RESEARCHERS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROGRAM : FACES OF INTEGRABILITY

Nicolai Reshetikhin, University of California -- Berkeley, USA

Lauren Williams, University of California -- Berkeley, USA

2017


RESEARCHERS ASSOCIATED TO THE THEMATIC SEMESTER ON RISK IN COMPLEX SYSTEMS

Anne-Laure Fougères, professor, Université Claude-Bernard Lyon 1, France

Pierre Del Moral, professor, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia & INRIA



RESEARCHERS COLLABORATING WITH MEMBERS OF THE CRM LABORATORIES


Marc-Hubert Nicole, lecturer, Université d’Aix-Marseille, France

Lior Bary-Soroker, associate professor, University of Tel Aviv, Israël